May 2016
ADM Update



Summit County is one of 15 counties targeted for a new awareness campaign sponsored by the Ohio Department of Health.
The campaign is focused on 15 counties that accounted for 80 percent of Ohio's fentanyl-related overdose deaths in 2014.

The campaign is designed to raise awareness about the signs of a drug overdose and to urge family members and friends of people who use drugs to obtain the opiate overdose reversal drug naloxone to administer during an overdose while waiting on first-responders to arrive. Learn more by visiting the campaign website

We all were up to the Challenge! 

Nearly 400 area runners and walkers took part in the 4th annual ADM Recovery Challenge 5K to support the County of Summit Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health (ADM) Services Board. 

Congratulations to all who participated and Thank You to everyone who contributed! Check out photos from race day here and don't forget to follow the race on Facebook.

NAMI Family to Family Class Starts Soon

The Family to Family course was designed for families and friends of those with mental illness and assists them in helping their loved ones on their recovery journey. The course is sponsored by NAMI Summit County and conducted by trained family members and is offered free of charge with all materials provided. 

The next class begins on June 2nd, 2016. For additional information or to register: or 330-252-1188 

Dr. Rich Here in Summit County 

In the above video, Dr, Rich Mahogany explains how Man Therapy™ reshapes the conversation, using humor to cut through stigma and tackle issues like depression, divorce and even suicidal thoughts head on, the way a man would do it.

Man Therapy™ provides men approaching crisis, and the people who care about them, a place to go and learn more about men's mental health, examine their own and consider a wide array of actions that will put them on the path to treatment and recovery, all within an easy-to-access online portal at .  

Learn more here


Strong as One: Stronger Together 

May 15-21, 2016 is National Prevention Week, a week focused on raising public awareness of and action around mental and/or substance abuse disorders.  For every dollar invested in prevention, up to $10 in societal costs and immeasurable amounts of heartache are saved.

Learn more about the ADM Board investments in prevention here.

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